Ghana's regulator at crossroads over 4G spectrum

At a regulatory
crossroads

Ghana contemplates
4G spectrum.

Tuesday, Nov 20th

Africa’s infrastructure problems not holding back tech adoption.

‘Africa’s infrastructure problems not holding back tech adoption’

Tony Reid of Hitachi Data Systems explains African thirst for innovation at a cloud continuity launch.

Africa’s cross-border payments market booms

Africa’s cross-border payments market booms

SWIFT says its African business growth is outpacing its global market.

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EET Europarts expands its distribution of I.R.I.S.' products from Nordic to European wide

I.R.I.S.´ products help people manage their documents, data and information.

Attix5 targets Africa with disaster recovery solution,

Attix5 targets Africa with disaster recovery solution

Firm says it has a fix to disruptions like power cuts that play havoc with African business.

Business

Business Continuity Awareness Week to focus on counting the cost of not having business continuity

This year's Business Continuity Awareness Week will focus on the true cost of business continuity.

Cloud services

Sophos Cloud brings user-based approach to SMEs and partners

Sophos has announced the latest version of Sophos Cloud, the company's cloud-based solution for small- and mid-sized organisations wanting a simpler approach to IT security.

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ContinuitySA invests R9.8m to meet growing demand, improve services

Africa's premier provider of business continuity management consulting and services, recently concluded a set of major capital projects aimed at upgrading its IT and physical infrastructure.

digitaltvstory

Great sound is about to wake up the Norse gods and goddesses

Based on the myths the Danish audio/video and design company Clint Digital has developed the audio series Asgard by going back to basics with a clear approach for materials, design and functionality.

byodsouthafrica

Top five business continuity risks for 2014: is extreme part of your thinking?

Business risks in 2014 are becoming more extreme, says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA.